iStock/Thinkstock(CINCINNATI) — A group of dogs had an unprompted photo call that resulted in an epic dog “selfie.”The dogs were playing in an outdoor area at a dog daycare and boarding studio in Cincinnati, Ohio when they gathered near a gate.One of their caretakers snapped photos of the moment and the rest is “doggone” history. To view the photos, click here.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
10.Iverson Walter-RobinsonRestaurant Service Sharing is caring! 126 Views one comment Tweet LocalNews Twelve Students of the Dominica State College Successful at the OAS/AHLEI Hospitality Training by: – November 8, 2019 8.Milano RemieRestaurant Service 3.Onealiah DavisRestaurant Service The Dominica State College Division of Tourism & Hospitality Studies is pleased to note that twelve students were successful in the just-concluded OAS/AHLEI Hospitality Training. The Hospitality Studies Majors ranging from Year I to Year III, registered with 100% pass in the areas of specialization such as:Front Desk Representative (2)Restaurant Service (8)Guest Room Attendant. (2)The Division and the Dominica State College are proud of the students for their remarkable scores in the final evaluations. Two students are to be highlighted for their exceptional performance – Jesslyn Nelson who scored 100 and Iverson Walter-Robinson who only received the training manual the first day of the specialized training, as opposed to the others who had 3 weeks of preparation, yet still scored 83% on the final evaluation.The President, Management and staff of the Division of Tourism & Hospitality Studies take this opportunity to wish all the students well in their future endeavors, with this added specialized skill, as these credentials are globally accepted. 1.Shanica CarbonFront Desk Representative 5.Roesha MichelRestaurant Service Share 4.Julina JamesRestaurant Service 7.Jesslyn NelsonRestaurant Service NO.NAMESPECIALIZATION Share Share 12.Joanne MorganGuest Room Attendant 6.Brenton MosesRestaurant Service 2.Whitney WilliamsFront Desk Representative 9.Frances SampsonRestaurant Service 11.Nisa DoddsGuest Room Attendant
The Galway Senior Team To Face Clare tomorrow evening shows one change from the team that were beaten by Kilkenny with Orlaith McGrath coming in for Finola KeeleyThe Galway Team is…..1. Sarah Healy (St. Thomas)2. Therese Manton (Mullagh)3. Roisin Black (Oranmore/Maree)4. Tara Kenny (Sarsfields)5. Lorraine Ryan (Kiltulla/Killimordaly)6. Rebecca Hennelly (Ardrahan)7. Heather Cooney (St. Thomas) C8. Niamh Kilkenny (Pearses)9. Ann Marie Starr (Killimor)10. Orlaith McGrath (Sarsfields)11. Maria Cooney (Sarsfields)12. Niamh McGrath (Sarsfields)13. Noreen Coen (Athenry)14. Ailish O’Reilly (Oranmore/Maree)15. Aoife Donohue (Mullagh)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics 57-77 Courtyard Liffey CelticsPyrobel Killester 58-102 Ambassador UCC GlanmireMaxol WIT Wildcats 93-59 IT Carlow BasketballSingleton SuperValu Brunell 80-49 Portlaoise Panthers The game played out in front of a packed crowd at UCD as fans caught a sneak peek of the action that awaits at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght on January 27th when these two sides meet once more in the Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup final.Elsewhere, Moycullen just couldn’t hold on to win against a determined Garvey’s Tralee Warriors as, a lead in the third quarter for the Galwegians, saw the Kerry visitors close the gap by the buzzer to tie the game level and went on to win by three points. Griffith College Swords Thunder also secured the win on the road to Belfast Star, while Pyrobel Killester won out the local derby battle with KUBS and a whopping 47 points from Dee Proby was enough to drive DCU Saints home to a 103-77 point win over fellow Dubliners, Éanna. UCC Demons proved too much for John Finn’s Maree as they ran out 104-99 point winners with high scores coming from Adrian O’Sullivan, Lehmon Colbert and player/coach Colin O’Reilly.In the Women’s Super League meanwhile Ambassador UCC Glanmire continued their superb form for January with a resounding 102-58 point win over Pyrobel Killester on Saturday evening. A 26-point game from Ashley Prim, coupled with strong performances by stalwarts Claire Rockall and Grainne Dwyer had the Cork team in control by half-time and Glanmire powered on to add a massive 61 points to their tally in the second half. Elsewhere, Maxol WIT Wildcats ran out 93-59 point winners over IT Carlow Basketball with Helena Rohan top-scoring for the Waterford team. Courtyard Liffey Celtics had the better of NUIG Mystics in Galway while Singleton SuperValu Brunell took an 80-49 point win over Portlaoise Panthers.In the Men’s Division One meanwhile, Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin’s long unbeaten run in the league game to an end on Saturday afternoon, as they lost out by ten points at the hands of IT Carlow at the Barrow Centre.Killorglin, who had come into the game with 13 wins from 13 in the League and an unbeaten record to date in the Cup, were outmanoeuvred on the day by a high scoring Jimmy Gordon of Carlow, who bagged 27 points. Marian, who have two games in hand on nearest chasers, Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, put in a solid performance against their near neighbours on Saturday evening at the University grounds, with Dan James, Barry Drumm and Mike Garrow all on strong shooting form to edge them into a ten-point lead at half-time and power them home to victory. UCD Marian remains top of the Men’s Super League this weekend after a classy 85-66 point win over Black Amber Templeogue. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: IT Carlow Basketball 82-72 Keane’s Supervalu KillorglinNeptune 110-75 Fr MathewsEJ Sligo All-Stars 94-80 LYIT DonegalScotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney 97-77 LIT CelticsUlster University Elks 78-76 Portlaoise Panthers Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Meteors 76-35 Ulster University ElksUL Huskies 70-64 Fabplus North WestGriffith College Swords Thunder 55-72 Marble City Hawksprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Basketball Ireland Results: January 13-14th 2018Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:Belfast Star 58-80 Griffith College Swords ThunderUCD Marian 85-66 Black Amber TempleogueDCU Saints 103-77 Éanna BC, St Vincent’sMoycullen 73-76 Garvey’s Tralee WarriorsPyrobel Killester 103-78 KUBSUCC Demons 124-99 Maree
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Related Posts josh catone 1 Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Yahoo!, who has been a key contributor to open source distributed computing framework Hadoop, today announced an academic research partership with Carnegie Mellon University that will give students access to Hadoop and other open source tools running in a supercomputing-class data center. The data center, named M45 after the Pleiades star cluster, is a 4,000-processor cluster supercomputer with 3 terabytes of memory and 1.5 petabytes of diskspace. Yahoo! claims that the M45 cluster is one of the top 50 fastest supercomputers in the world, capable of performing at 27 teraflops.According to Yahoo!, universities have not had access to the type of hardware and software infrastructure necessary for web-scale distributed computing research. Yahoo! intends for Carnegie Mellon to be first school in a broader academic research partnership program. CMU and Yahoo! also plan to hold a Hadoop Summit in the first half of 2008, to which they say they would invite major Hadoop users such as Facebook and the University of California at Berkeley.“Yahoo! is dedicated to working with leading universities to solve some of the most critical computing challenges facing our industry,” said Ron Brachman, vice president and head of Yahoo! academic relations in a press release. “Launching this program and M45 is a significant milestone in creating a global, collaborative research community working to advance the new sciences of the Internet.”The search and portal company is following in the footsteps of rival, Google, who along with IBM announced in October that it was building a 1,600 processor data center that would be used to help teach cloud computing concepts to students at six American universities. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#web
I’ve attended IGT2009 Cloud Summit last week. There were 50 speakers, few panels and several workshops. Ric Telford from IBM has made an interesting note about Cloud Scale Economics, which supports our findings regarding higher TCO with external cloud (see my previous post). He has mentioned that even if an Enterprise is somewhat less efficient than the cloud provider, the comparison is still made of its own internal cost with their price, which includes provider’s interest. If our compute capacity is comparable to the cloud vendor’s one, and we are efficient enough – we may always prefer internal infrastructure to the external one. Still, appearance of such public cloud solutions, such as Amazon Web Services and others, with clear price model, certainly becomes great benchmark for the internal IT shops in various companies, and results in increased focus on internal efficiency. Other talks from Sun, NYSE, Amazon, Microsoft and many others were also interesting. I liked the statement made by Liam Lynch, eBay Chief Security Strategist: “Cloud is overhyped in the short term, but is under hyped in the long term”. Another interesting idea was a comparison of commonly used platforms of today (Windows/Linux/…), with the ones of tomorrow (MS Azure/AWS/GoogleApps). Who is going to be the dominant one?Do you think cloud concepts’ proliferation will change our life in 10 years? How?Till the next post, Gregory Touretsky
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Sevilla fullback Sergio Reguilon ‘very happy’ with season startby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveSevilla fullback Sergio Reguilon is delighted with his start to the season.Reguilon is on-loan from Real Madrid.He told Marca: “I’m very happy. I’m happy with the team, the fans, the city. Everyone has welcome me with open arms. I am really grateful to everyone for the affection and confidence placed in me. It’s only just started and I hope it keeps going well.”I didn’t think twice about it when Sevilla came up. There were good European teams, but I know LaLiga and I knew about the club I was coming to and that it’s a very big club with great fans and a great stadium. I didn’t have to think about it much. It was clear to me.”
Everton assistant Ferguson: Players are behind Silvaby Freddie Taylor10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveEverton assistant manager Duncan Ferguson believes the entire dressing room is behind Marco Silva.The Portuguese coach is under significant scrutiny because of poor results this season.The Toffees are in the bottom three in the Premier League.But Ferguson feels that players and staff are fully behind Silva and believe he can turn around the club’s circumstances.”Everybody is behind the manager and we know the fans will always be behind the club,” Ferguson told reporters.”We just need to turn the positivity that we’ve got around the place into victories and that’s what we’re looking to do.”Silva is odds on with bookmakers to get the sack in the coming weeks. TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
VICTORIA – British Columbia’s three-member Green party was a factor behind the absence of big-ticket election promises in the minority NDP government’s first budget update, Finance Minister Carole James says.James said universal child care and a comprehensive housing strategy will anchor her next budget in February, but not before a period of consultation with the Greens, interest groups and organizations.The NDP and Greens reached an agreement to combine their seat totals in the 87-seat legislature to defeat the Liberals in a non-confidence vote after B.C.’s spring election did not produce a clear winner. The agreement also sees the Greens support the NDP minority in confidence votes in the legislature.The NDP’s election promises included a $10-a-day child care program for families struggling to find affordable, accessible, quality daycare. The party also pledged to offer renters annual rebate cheques of $400 to offset high rents in much of the province.Green Leader Andrew Weaver said the Greens support free daycare for families of children under age three and will suggest universal child care should not be stuck on the $10 number highlighted during the election campaign.“Our position was why $10? Why not $15. Why not free?”Weaver said his party also believes the $400 renter rebate could be spread more widely to help people in need.“We share the same value that we need to give renters a break,” he said, suggesting that giving a rebate to all renters and creating the bureaucracy to deliver it may not be the best way to go.Weaver said he was thrilled the promised child care and renter rebate programs were not detailed in the NDP’s first budget update on Monday.However, social policy groups, including the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, said they were concerned James did not deliver the child care plan in the budget update, which forecast a surplus of $246 million and economic growth of 2.9 per cent“By February’s budget you’ll certainly have an indication of the plan,” James said. “Both of those need discussions before we come to February and a full year’s budget. The Greens are part of that discussion and part of that consultation.”Weaver said the absence of details on rent rebates and $10-a-day child care in the budget update indicates “a softening of some of their promises.”“We’re not forcing our platform on them,” Weaver said of upcoming talks on the issues with the NDP. “They’re not forcing their platform on us. It shows how a minority government can work.”James’s budget update also promised to hire 3,500 teachers and build thousands of rental units and homes for the homeless.And the government will increase B.C.’s $30-per-tonne carbon tax by an annual $5 per tonne on April 1, 2018.The hike is intended to ensure the province’s carbon tax reaches the federal government’s goal of $50 a tonne a year before its 2022 deadline for a set carbon price agreement across Canada, James said.She also said the carbon tax will no longer be required to be revenue neutral and the expected $1.2 billion in revenues this year will fund government programs rather than tax measures.